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Last Post 15 Jul 2005 08:55 PM by  yifan
sample make in cygwin
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15 Jul 2005 04:35 PM
    I downloaded the simple echo sample program. In cygwin with gnu, as instructed I do: make sample-LLH75401-10_ram. I see an object file main.o in main directory is generated, as well as a binary file called sample_LLH75401_10_RAM in the root sample directory. What is this file and why there is no elf file? Same thing when I tried to make a flash version.

    The SDK user's manual is not helpful, as I followed exactly till page 15 "Build a Sample Application", but Page 16 "Download a Sample Application" it suddenly talks about a helloworld.elf to load to RAM. But do I need a step to link the main.o to generate the main.elf?

    I then played with file names and directory names, and played with makefile's. But can't generate an elf file.

    Help is appreciated. I tried the cygwin/gnu from the CD, as well as from this web site.
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    15 Jul 2005 05:54 PM
    Hello yifan,

    The version of the Zoom Sample Application that is posted for the LH75401 card engine is an older version than what is referenced in the SDK User's Manual. The readme file contained in the .zip file for the Sample Application will have the information needed to build.

    The binary file called sample_LLH75401_10_RAM is actually the ELF file that you will want to load in LogicLoader. You can tell this is an ELF file by opening the file in a text editor and seeing the ELF tag at the start of the file.

    Please let me know if you have further questions.

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    yifan
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    15 Jul 2005 08:55 PM
    Thank you. The download works.
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